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? former u.s. ambassador to the united nations to my john bolton, a pulitzer prize winner judith miller. join us with the answers. ♪ ♪ lou: deadly clashes across egypt after the opposition coalition rejected president morsi call for national dialogue. the white house today said the clashes demonstrate that egypt is now in a difficult path to democracy. joining as now, former u.s. ambassador to the united nations john bolton, a pulitzer prize-winning journalist judith miller, both fox news contributor. ambassador, start with you because you are, i think corresponding someone -- you seem to be amused by the president and the white house language. >> yes. a difficult path to democracy. this is a sure road to collapse in egypt. whenever trust there is broken down. a large part of it is the fact that the economy has tank and had the muslim brotherhood and morsi have done nothing to correct it, but if the anarchy continues i think the only answer is that the military is going to have to step in, and that is going backwards, not forwards. lou: why is there no response from the republican p
winner judith miller. join us with the answers. ♪ there are patients who will question, why does my mouth feel dryer than i remember it to be? there are more people taking more medication, so we see people suffering from dry mouth more so. we may see more cavities, bad breath, oral irritation. a dry mouth sufferer doesn't have to suffer. i would recommend biotene. the enzymes in biotene products help supplement enzymes that are naturally in saliva. biotene helps moisten those areas that have become dry. those that are suffering can certainly benefit from biotene. ♪ lou: deadly clashes across egypt after the opposition coalition rejected president morsi call for national dialogue. the white house today said the clashes demonstrate that egypt is now in a difficult path to democracy. joining as now, former u.s. ambassador to the united nations john bolton, a pulitzer prize-winning journalist judith miller, both fox news contributor. ambassador, start with you because you are, i think corresponding someone -- you seem to be amused by the president and the white house language. >> yes. a dif
, a pulitzer prize-winning journalist judith miller joining us next. lou: americans digging us is as we reported, taken hostage by terrorists with ties to al qaeda in algeria. i want to turn quickly the wall street, gunstocks, important to point out today, rallying in the face of the president's gun-control announcements at his press conference today. the overall market now reacting in all. the dow down 24 points, s&p also up the nasdaq seven points trading on the big board if. smith and wesson famous for its revolvers in particular, but various firearms rallying five and 2/3 percent. cabalists, one of the largest gun retailers as well in the country, of 6 percent today. and the federal aviation administration with more bad news for boeing, grounding all 57 a seventh reminders now and service. the faa ordered comes after all the air fleets who were granted an after the latest incident in japan forcing the evacuation of the aircraft after smoke was detected. investors pushing the stock down $2.60 per share losing three and 1/3 percent on the date. apple reversing course. stocks moving hi
goodwin, judith miller are back. stay with us. ♪ lou: well, i hate to break up the inaugural party with the fact that we realized that a number of americans have died along with a nuber of others in that hostage siege in algeria. we are back. monica crowley is here, as is judith miller and michael goodwin. i want to start with you. this is another raw, open wound on this administration's performance in foreign policy. we know lite. we have a recent broadcast. katie mcfarland, our colleague said point-blank, the failure of this administration to respond to benghazi will result in another hit, and it is surely coming, and it did. your thoughts? >> i think that the algerians, even though we are taking a lot of criticism right now for what they did, absolutely right thing because it seems to me that people who strapped explosives to hostages and make it clear that there are there to teach them about islam do not have any intention of negotiating. lou: i will go farther, if i may. i will go further than this and say that the algerian government was so right not to talk to either the bri
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these national security analyst and a pulitzer prize-winning journalist judith miller. let's begin with you. the nomination here of brennan and, of course, of hegel catching some, well, this -- by surprise despite the fact that their names have been proffered for some time. >> the jewish community, representatives have let the president know they do not like this appointment. there is to not to do it, but now what is done. many of them starting to fall in line saying, it is done. some will continue to oppose, but at this point you have to assume that senator hegel stands a good chance of being confirmed lou: : first to brennan, he has been purged of whatever his sins were under the bush demonstration by four years of service and the obama administration. any problem? >> there has to be some question is this a new form of american warfare, covert of syndromes? so i think some questions there, but the bigger fight will be over senator hegel. at the end of the day he will be confirmed commander think he should be. i admire the stand that he took. my problem is he is not a great manager, and th
mistake? >> [inaudible] >> right. judith miller printed stories, anonymous sourcing -- that is where i wanted to put that on the table. she never said we're for information was coming from, that there were weapons of mass destruction. of course, hussein, the leader of iraq, encouraged that. it was something like putting up a sign, beware of the dog in your apartment, but there was no dog. there were no methods of mass destruction. but it gave cover to the moderate democrats to vote for war. in some ways, "the times" bear some responsibility. that was a major embarrassment for them. possibly the most important one. because no one ever knew where this came from. it turned out the person was once a figure in the iraqi government, but the trouble is, it was not true. if i point to somebody and say this person has a contagious disease, we all have to leave the room, i should know what i'm talking about, right? this is an example of a major problem. this diminished the prestige of "the times," and there are the things we could mention also. they had knowledge in 2004 of government wiretappin
. the congressional budget office has a different number. we will share that with you here next. judith miller. the a-team" next. ♪ lou: joining is now, the "a-team". let's begin with you and the rousing news that, in fact, al gore is selling out. no relation. >> the broadcasting network that is flush in money is doing the former vice president a favor. lou: de thing that is what it is? you go see it as a business proposition. >> i don't. i'm of foreign policy person. and not an economics exert, but it seems to me that this might be in this truck my back department. lou: your thoughts? >> nobody wants is either one of them. lou: all right. less talk about what is a big deal. talking with the superintendent of schools there, the school district in texas, a terrific -- guess what they call the name of the program? the guardian program. >> we don't carry weapons, but i understand why they do what they do. they're doing it in new jersey. you would never have expected it. obviously in other school districts. lou: primarily private schools in this country avant-gardes. >> but here in new york city, 350 o
, former prosecutor andy mccarthy and judith miller. guys, momentarily, we expect vice-president joe biden will address our troops and we'll carry that life. this was particularly gruesome, benghazi, algeria, but bin laden is dead. i thought it was on retreat. >> a decade of war was ending, but apparently the people occupying northern mali, a country twice the size of france did not get the memo. the people who killed our american ambassador in benghazi and the three others did not get the memo and now algeria. with 800 people taken in a facility and hostages, and we have three americans dead and they're annoyed algeria did not coordinate closely enough with us. >> sean: a little odd, i guess, shift in world power structure that the french are taking on mali and the united states is sitting on the sidelines, andy. well, the french think they have a better idea what their national interest is. that's for certain. but i think what's really interesting, sean, if you remember -- you'll remember this, judy, you will, too, 2004, 2005, 2006 we were arguing whether george bush had brought al-qaed
. >> bill: joining us from washington sally quinn. editor of "the washington post" on faith section. judith miller fox news analyst. i understand you just talked to steve kroft, correct? >> i did. >> bill: he said? >> he said the only constraint on that interview, there were no conditions, even though the white house approached him, the only limitation was one of time he said he knew he only had 30 minutes. he could concentrate either on relationship between former rivals and now partners and now admirers on each other or he could concentrate on foreign policy. she had just testified on the hill. spent hours testifying. he didn't think he was going to be able to advance that story so he chose to concentrate on the relationship. >> bill: do you think that was wise decision in hindsight after looking at the interview. >> i'm not interested in their relationship. >> did you know the world was a dangerous place. >> i kind of suspected it was. >> bill: how about you? did you know how dangerous and complicated the world is? >> well, that's not what i came away with. i came away with the question
with them at all. and monica crowley. manhattan institute. and judith miller. can we say get it off the table, she's a gulf stream, lear jet, phony hypocrite. is anybody more phony than this guy? >> and-- >> he's such a phony, this g guy. >> what's amazing, the true believer over at current tv idealist idealistic, that he'd go down there. al gore has a reputation for many years being hypocritical in the words of his staffer, b-ser, and into hlear jet from the limousine. >> capitalism, never has anyone made so much money on a failing enterprise. no viewers, but managed to make between 70 and 100 million dollars. >> is it fair to say, someone said that this is dirty oil money, to quote the environmental lunatics. >> well, perhaps it will be cleaner oil money now that it's going to be current tv. >> look, al gore. >> sean: al-jazeera. >> al-jazeera america is going to be very different from anything we've seen before they're clearly making a bid for the american-- >> they're going to call terrorists martyrs? >> not anymore. they used to. in fact, i called them on it on the air. >> sean
's bring in our all female "news watch" panel. judith miller, a pulitzer prize-winning investigative reporter and a huge football fan. kirsten powers columnist for "the daily beast". both are fox news contributors. i kid obviously. judy doesn't know anything about football. >> true. jon: you know a lot of about journalism. what about this? should editors have to ask these questions. >> i have to agree with the public opinion editor of "the times." look, you don't ask reporters to corroborate what you assume to be basicfact. here was a guy weeping on television at loss of his girlfriend. it kind of strains credulity for people to think, oh, my gosh, maybe this girl friend never existed? why would you think assume that unless you think the football player is a sociopath. jon: that is the thing, everybody says, i mean the sports director got up there at notre dame. he started weeping at the thought that the poor manti te'o had been duped here. >> i guess i have a little trouble understanding how someone you have never actually seen with your own eyes could be called your girlfriend. the
was crossed out and replaced with handsome law abiding citizens that own guns. judith miller joins us, and kristen powers joins us. kristen you grew up in alaska, you have some familiarity with guns but you both think there ought to be more control on weapons. do i have that right? kirstin to you first. >> i think there should be a comprehensive approach that looks at all the different aspects of it and most important of all would be mental health issues and how we deal with the mentally ill. one of the issues that i don't think is getting enough discussion is the fact that we already have 300 million guns that are owned in this country. so the horse has kind of left the barn. because we only have 300-mile people in the country. and the guns are already out there, and so we have to figure out different ways to address this problem, rather than just demonizing people who are legal gun owners. you know, there is nothing wrong with owning a gun. these are not criminals, and people who own guns should not be treated as criminals. jon: yeah, well with full disclosure, judy i've talked with
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